Workforce Studies

Workforce Studies

Research and data about the social work labor force is critical to determine trends in employment, to address professional training needs, to quantify barriers to quality service delivery, and to inform policy and advocacy efforts.

NASW research advances professional development through the dissemination of data on evidence-based practices.

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We Need Your Help With California Wildfire Efforts

Disaster Assistance Fund Raises Money for California Wildfire Efforts

The NASW California Chapter and the NASW Foundation are partnering with two schools of social work directly in the areas most impacted by the fires in northern and southern California. Our goal is distribute funds strategically and efficiently.

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Mental Health Support Volunteers Needed for Wildfire Victims

The wildfire currently raging in Butte County has created a tremendous need for mental health support for all the victims of the wildfires, and especially students and school staff. Butte County’s resources are stretched thin, and they are in need of support. Butte County students and staff are scheduled to return to school ..Read More…

Call for Proposals!


On March 19 -22, 2019, SWHelper will be hosting its second annual Global Social Welfare Digital Summit which is a completely online conference. Both presenters and attendees can participate from anywhere in the world with an internet connection. Speakers get free access to all four days of the conference.


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Civil Rights Groups Show Solidarity with Victims of Hate in National Full-Page Ads

On Sunday, November 4, 2018, the National Fair Housing Alliance signed on with the Leadership Conference Education Fund, the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc., The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, Communities Against Hate, and 82 other civil rights organizations to launch full-page advertisements in The New York ..Read More…